Happy Valentine's Day #GIVEAWAY

RJ Contest

CONGRATS to STEPHANIE RASH!

Happy Valentine’s Day! To celebrate a day filled with romance, it’s only natural we’d be having a huge giveaway of romantic books to one lucky reader!

To enter to win, simply answer this question here on the blog:

What was your best or worst Valentine’s Day ever? 

The big win includes books from Jasmine Guillory, Sonya Lalli, Opal Carew, Jessica Clare, Lenora Bell, Marie Harte, Terri Reed, Jeanine Frost, Maya Rodale, Valerie Bowman, Laura Kaye, Laura Trentham, and Lila DePasqua. 

Good luck!

Contest ends 2/18–Winner Announced Here! 


RJ Valentine's Day Giveaway

To enter to win this Valentine’s Day giveaway*, simply answer this question here on the blog:

What was your best or worst Valentine’s Day ever? 

The big win includes books from Jasmine Guillory, Sonya Lalli, Opal Carew, Jessica Clare, Lenora Bell, Marie Harte, Terri Reed, Jeanine Frost, Maya Rodale, Valerie Bowman, Laura Kaye, Laura Trentham, and Lila DePasqua. 

Good luck! 

*prize mailed to U.S. address only

16 Responses to Happy Valentine’s Day #GIVEAWAY

  1. Morgan Benitez

    Probably my worse valentines day was today. My friend had to put down her fur baby, Gandalf the Grey. He was a beautiful ball of grey fur and I’m heart broken.

  2. bn100

    dinner at a nice restaurant

  3. Stephanie Rash

    My greatest Valentine’s days are since my son has gotten older. He loves to spoil his mommy.

  4. Kezia

    The best Valentine’s Day I ever had was when I was dating my husband. We drove through napa valley and stayed at bed and breakfast on a vineyard. It was all spontaneous and romantic.

  5. Glenda M

    My best Valentine’s day was 27 years ago – it was the day before my wedding. We had a lot going on with last minute details and the rehearsal and rehearsal dinner, but the anticipation of the next day outweighed everything!

  6. Donna Weathers Bailey

    My most memorable Vtine’s day brings tears to my eyes. As a young girl I suffered from anxiety and depression and my Uncle Jake would bring me a card and candy every year from about age 4 or 5 on. He is now 97 years old and doesn’t know any of us because of dementia. Valentine’s Day will always be precious to me because of him💖

  7. Krysten M

    One of the best was a few years ago – surprise cupcakes and flowers delivered to the office followed by a nice dinner out. 🙂

  8. Barbara Bates

    When my Husband gave me a dozen beautiful Red Roses ♥️

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